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As Congress prepares to return to work Sept. 8 for an abbreviated session, a priority for the insurance industry will be ensuring that legislators keep on their radar enactment of a bill aimed at streamlining agent and broker licensing.

Creating a National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers (NARAB) has been a goal of the industry for a long time, and one was created through a 1999 law. However, there were strings attached to that law and state regulators were able to thwart its implementation by meeting certain thresholds.

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